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Minor Travel Consent Forms

Minor Travel Consent Forms 1.0

PARENTAL CONSENT FORMS - FOR MINOR CHILDREN TRAVELING WITHOUT BOTH BIRTH PARENTS

In Addition To The Child's Citizenship Documentation, A Minor Child Under The Age Of 18 Must Have A Legal
Guardian, Or Parental Consent Form From Their Birth Parents To Exit The United States And Enter Most Foreign
Countries. Parents Should Complete One Of The Forms Listed Below For Each Minor Child Under The Age Of 18
(At The Time Travel Starts) To Prevent Immigration Problems When Entering Or Leaving The Country.

When The Form Is Completed, ONLY Sign Form In The Presence Of A Notary Public!

FORM #1
- Both Birth Parents Are Alive - If both birth parents are alive, and one or both of them will NOT be
traveling with minor children, the non-traveling parent(s) must complete the form giving a notarized affidavit of consent to the person traveling with the child(ren) their authorization to take them in and out of the country or to allow the minor child to travel on their own with no guardian.

FORM #2 - One Birth Parent Is Deceased - If one birth parent is deceased, and the surviving birth parent WILL be traveling with the minor child(ren) they need only to have in their possession a certified copy of the death certificate of the deceased birth parent and the child's citizenship documentation. However, if the surviving birth parent WILL NOT be traveling with their minor child(ren), they must complete this form giving a notarized affidavit of consent to the person traveling with the child(ren) their authorization to take them in and out of the country and attach a certified copy of the death certificate for the other non-living birth parent.

FORM #3 - Guardian For Minor Child - If both birth parents are deceased, or you have legal guardianship of minor child(ren) and WILL be traveling with the minor child(ren) you need only have in your possession a certified copy of your guardianship papers and the child's citizenship documentation. However, if the guardian WILL NOT be traveling with their minor child(ren), they must complete this form giving a notarized affidavit of consent to the person traveling with the child(ren) their authorization to take them in and out of the country and attach a certified copy of their guardianship papers to it.

All forms and instructions are attached in the single file download.
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